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  1. Archpriest Paul Shafran Celebrates 72nd Anniversary of Ordination

    By the grace of God, Archpriest Paul Shafran, Pastor Emeritus at St. Vladimir's Church, Trenton, NJ, celebrated his 72d anniversary of ordination to the Holy Priesthood on December 28, 2019. 


    During 2019, we were able to raise a record $204,000 through our Distinguished Diocesan Benefactors (DDB) program.  Because of your great generosity, we are able to sponsor 6 seminarians, help numerous missions and established parishes, and fund our record-attended Youth Ministry programs.


    In addition to DDB, we have been able to raise $119,000 in donations and pledges towards St. Andrew's Camp's $300,000 New Building Project.


    Thank you for making such a huge difference! -- May God bless and keep all of you in His loving care always!


    With deep gratitude, sincere love and humble prayers,

    + Archbishop Michael

    and the Diocese of NY and NJ


  3. Theophany (Julian Calendar) at Saint Spiridon Church, Perth Amboy NJ

    On January 18th and 19th, 2020, His Eminence Archbishop Michael visited Saint Spiridon Orthodox Church in Perth Amboy, NJ with annual parish visitation. The visit coincided with parish's celebration of the Feast of Theophany of Our Lord on Julian Calendar.

  4. Patronal Feast and Dome Blessing at Saint Andrew's Church in Dix Hills, NY

    During his visit to Saint Andrew's Church in Dix Hills, NY, His Eminence, Archbishop Michael, following the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy blessed the newly refurbished church dome.

  5. Archpastoral Visitation to Holy Trinity Church, Brooklyn, NY

    On the eve of the Feast of Nativity of Our Lord (Julian Calendar), His Eminence, Archbishop Michael presided over all-night vigil and Divine Liturgy at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Brooklyn, NY.

  6. Feast of the Nativity (Julian Calendar) - Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Brooklyn NY

    On January 6th and 7th, 2020, Archbishop Michael visited Holy Transfiguration Cathedral in Brooklyn NY to celebrate the feast of Nativity of Our Lord according to Julian Calendar.

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